Why is dinnerware called china?

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Dinnerware is called china because that's where it originated. Porcelain, better known as china has been produced in china forever, and was originally made mostly of quartz.
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The international dialing code for China is 86.
To make an international call, you need to first dial an international dialing prefix based on where you are calling from, and then the dialing code for the country you are calling, followed by the phone number.
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